Sea­gate NAS Pro


sea­ Stor­age is only worth the data that is stored within it. There­fore, it is pru­dent to in­vest in net­work stor­age so­lu­tions that are re­li­able and de­pend­able. This is es­pe­cially im­por­tant with net­work ac­cess stor­age (NAS), where a sin­gle de­vice is not only re­spon­si­ble to store data, but also to serve it.

Sea­gate, the maker be­hind some of the most trusted con­sumer and en­ter­prise stor­age so­lu­tions, of­fers a wide range of NAS so­lu­tions to fit the need of any small and medium en­ter­prise. For a larger or­ga­ni­za­tion of up to 50 em­ploy­ees, there’s the In­tel Atom x86-based Sea­gate NAS Pro. It de­liv­ers per­for­mance to sup­port large file trans­fers and cre­ative pro­fes­sional work­flows, and it comes in two, four, and six bays. The true power of the Sea­gate NAS so­lu­tions is its busi­ness-savvy op­er­at­ing sys­tem, which en­ables small to medium-sized busi­nesses to do more and har­ness the power of de­cen­tral­ized tech­nol­ogy.

Known as the Sea­gate NAS OS 4, it brings in­dus­try-lead­ing pert­tfor­mance and value, com­plete with busi­ness-fo­cused fea­tures wrapped in an in­tel­li­gent, web-based in­ter­face. M-Link Sys­tem (M) Sdn Bhd (03) 6143 0888 | Sri Com­put­ers Sdn Bhd (03) 2141 0871 | Viewnet Com­puter Sys­tem Sdn Bhd (03) 2145 2545


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